The most expensive real estate transaction in history: Aupark in Bratislava will change hands

There will be two new owners.

The Aupark shopping mall. The Aupark shopping mall. (Source: Sme)

The Bratislava shopping centre Aupark will operate under new management. The majority share has been acquired by firms Wood & Company and Tatra Asset Management, the Index economic magazine reported.

The sale has been labelled the most expensive real estate transaction in Slovakia’s history.

€450 million

Index was among the first to report on the planned sale of Aupark and the transaction is nearing its final stage last December.

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